Welcome back, Maharanis! We've returned with the dazzling details of Hardeep and Clinton's reception! Both before and during the event, the talented team at JSK Photography snapped fabulous pictures of the newlyweds; we love how romantic all the photos look! For the reception, R&R Event Rentals added colorful floral accents and a classy cream-colored sweetheart stage to the elegant Paradise Palace ballroom, creating a sophisticated and fun celebration space. The reception also featured a wedding cake and sweet treats from Euro Delight, delicious food from Kabila Restaurant and BPR Crew on the dancefloor spinning the perfect songs. To see the all of it, visit the full gallery!
Maharani Hardeep on her favorite parts of wedding planning:
"The best part was cake tasting and picking out mini desert flavors and look of the deserts; [I also enjoyed] outfit designing, sherwani designing and lip singing and dancing for my music video."
On choosing her bridal fashion:
"Well, since I only had three weeks in India, I had to choose my lenghas fast. I figured, if I can get my reception and wedding lengha, the rest I can just order later. I always wanted to wear bright red. I found red orange to be perfect. I wanted just one color lengha for the wedding and loved what Faryal Makhdoom wore for hers so I figured, why not get something similar. For the reception, I had no idea what I wanted to wear. My mom said no white, so option number one was off the table. I love yellow but went with something that would stand out in low lights. Hot pink and yellow it was with a whole lot of sparkles. Yes, both dresses weighed more than me!
For my sangeet, I actually ordered it via WhatsApp from the same people who did my wedding and reception lengha. I wanted to wear a lighter color with bright chunni. I went with a gold floor-length anarkali with orange chunni. I [wanted] the floor length anarkali to have tons of volume and it did. I loved it."
On the most magical wedding moments:
"The whole wedding was magical. The smile on his face as I entered the Gurdwara. The deep breath I took as I walked down the aisle (a little nervous but watching him smile made it all better). The saddest moment: Watching my little nephew cry. The funniest moment: He gave my sisters 10,000 pennies for the robin ceremony as a joke. The faces they made when they each had to carry the 60 pounds was priceless."
On their perfect first dance song:
"Ronan Keating, 'When You Say Nothing at All.' We both wrote down our top 5, and picked this one because we don't need words to talk."
On how her family helped make the day special:
"My father never danced in his life. He refused to dance at parties, but I told him he needed to dance with me since I am the last kid and he needed to do the father-daughter dance. That was the first time my dad danced. He smiled throughout the song. Since it was a longer song, my brother helped him by dancing with me for second half of the song. Both of them made it very special."
Meet us here tomorrow for an incredible Indian wedding!